Accounting Information System by James HALL MCQs with Answers
Chapter No. 3 : Ethics, Fraud, and Internal
Ensuring that all material transactions processed by the information system are valid and in accordance with management’s objectives is an example of :
Management can expect various benefits to follow from implementing a system of strong internal control. Which of the following benefits is least likely to occur?
Which of the following situations is NOT a segregation of duties violation?
Which of the following is often called a compensating control?
Providing timely information about transactions in sufficient detail to permit proper classification and financial reporting is an example of:
To conceal the theft of cash receipts from customers in payment of their accounts, which of the following journal entries should the bookkeeper make?
Which of the following controls would best prevent the lapping of accounts receivable?
The underlying assumption of reasonable assurance regarding implementation of internal control means that :
Which of the following is NOT an element of the fraud triangle?
The fraud scheme that is similar to the ‘‘borrowing from Peter to pay Paul’’ scheme is :
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Accounting Information System by James HALL
Part 1 : Overview of Accounting Information Systems
Chapter # 1 : The Information System: An Accountant’s Perspective
Chapter # 2 : Introduction to Transaction Processing
Chapter # 3 : Ethics, Fraud, and Internal Control
Part II : Transaction Cycles and Business Processes
Chapter # 4 : The Revenue Cycle
Chapter # 5 : The Expenditure Cycle Part I: Purchases and Cash Disbursements Procedures
Chapter # 6 : The Expenditure Cycle Part II: Payroll Processing and Fixed Asset Procedures
Chapter # 7 : The Conversion Cycle
Chapter # 8 : Financial Reporting and Management Reporting Systems
Part III : Advanced Technologies in Accounting Information
Chapter # 9 : Database Management Systems
Chapter # 10 : The REA Approach to Database Modeling
Chapter # 11 : Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
Chapter # 12 : Electronic Commerce Systems
Part IV : Systems Development Activities
Chapter # 13 : Managing the Systems Development Life Cycle
Chapter # 14 : Construct, Deliver, and Maintain Systems Project
Part V : Computer Controls and Auditing
Chapter # 15 : IT Controls Part I: Sarbanes-Oxley and IT Governance
Chapter # 16 : IT Controls Part II: Security and Access
Chapter # 17 : IT Controls Part III: Systems Development, Program Changes, and Application Controls